A friend recently visited The Peggy Guggenheim in Venice, apart from the most amazing collection of artworks in this wonderful building, what I remember most vividly were the paintings by Peggy's daughter, Pageen.

Pageen Vail

Called the forgotten artist, the work of Pageen and her paintings have been largely ignored in serious reviews of art history but I found them cheerful, colourful and naive.  Given the tumultuous life she led as the daughter of Peggy Guggenheim, her paintings often represent couples and families that seem happy and affectionate, a theme that likely represents Pageens's search for a stable family life.

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